I'm A Celebrity's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo and Stanley Johnson are set to star in their own TV show.
Stanley had left earlier on in the series, after forming a surprisingly close relationship with Toff.
Now the unlikely duo are reportedly in talks to host their very own TV series.
“I haven’t seen Toff since we got out of the jungle but I’ve absolutely kept in touch with her," Stanley revealed this week. “In fact, we’re lined up to present a show together for ITV.
"They think we’re a natural TV duo."
He teased to The Sun newspaper: "I can’t reveal too much about it, but I have a really good feeling about it.”
“Toff and I get on very well. She’s always telling people that she loves me like a granddad," added Stanley.
Toff previously landed herself a brand new gig on ITV's This Morning, replacing Rylan Clark-Neal.
Just after her win, Toff declared her intention to go into TV presenting, telling ITV's Good Morning Britain: "I want to do what you guys do.
"I want to try it. Who knows?"
Following her victory, Toff has been tipped to make millions with TV, modelling and product deals.
"All three major networks are fighting for her," a source told The Sun previously. "ITV see massive potential, while Channel 4 are keen to keep her as they feel ownership after giving her a break on Made In Chelsea.
“She has also been offered a book deal and clothing line.”
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs on ITV.